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Makeup Emma’s Gift Guide

By | Body Shop, Butter London, Clarins, John Frieda, Lancome, MAC Cosmetics, Nima Brushes, Review, Uncatagorized, YouOrganics | 2 Comments

Christmas Beauty Gift Guide

So Christmas is in full swing now! If you are like me when it comes to shopping and leave things to the last minute don’t despair, there is still 11 days to do all your shopping!! I have collected my favourite beauty gifts for Christmas, which will be great for your female loved ones.

I have included some budget presents which work as stocking fillers or work party presents  as well as some pricier ones for that extra special person:
10th Beauty Gift

You Organics Lip Balm in Pretty Bag

Limited Edition You Organic Lip Balm and Holder
This fantastic little tin makes a great filler present for stockings or if you want to buy a little gift for many people. It is hand-made, organic and made right here in Ireland.

9th Beauty Gift Idea for Women

Claires Accessories Nail Art

Claire’s accessories Nail Pearls Set €6.95
Nail art has really taken off in Ireland. This 3D Nail Art kit is fantastic for young and young at heart. I love this rich turquoise colour. The great price means that it is fantastic for Chris Kindles Presents. 

 

8th Gift Idea for Girls

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MAC cosmetics Guilty Pleasures Pigment Gift Set €37
Every year I try and pick up one of MACs pigment gift sets as they are such good value. This one I actually picked up in the UK, so I am only guessing the price. I love the colour pay off from these products. Also as an added bonus the box makes a pretty container for holding things, I currently have my hair clips living in it. This would make a good present for a sister or friend.

7  Beauty Gift Ideas for Friends and SistersThe Bodyshop Body Butters Lollypop Christmas Gift

The Body Shop Body Butter
They are famous for their Shea Body Butters and for good reason. These delectable creams hydrate your skin and keep you smelling fabulous. They are great for layering with your fragrance. These small pots are so handy you can pop them in your handbag for moisturisation on the go. All the different flavours mean you can have a different smell 5 days a week! This is a great present for all ages.

6 Beauty Products as Gift Ideas Lancome Christmas Collection 2012

Lancome Happy Holidays Christmas Collection 2012
This whole collection is fantastically sparkly and full of festive colour that is sure to delight. With prices in the region of  €17.28 to €25.41. Buy the pieces individually or pair them together depending on how much you want to spend, there is something for every budget.

Introduction to Makeup Course Dublin

Make-up Course in Dublin with Emma Farrell Makeup €75-€500 [Yes me :-)] I think this would be a lovely present to give someone. From the beauty obsessed to the person who is nervous about make-up and hasn’t a clue what will suit them, there is a course that will benefit them. There are also courses for make-up artists looking to improve their skills or learn new ones like airbrushing, fantasy, bodypainting or special effects.

ClarinsClarins Face and Body Essentials

Clarins Holiday Essentials

Every year without fail I buy someone a Clarins gift set. I just think that they are such good value and are also superb quality products. They are a failsafe for moms, nanas or anyone who is seeing the first signs of aging and is looking for some serious results.

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Butter London Lips and Tips €27
This fashion week cult brand, is the perfect gift for the girl/lady with a bit of style. These matching lipstick and nail gift sets will go down a treat. Great for a main present for your friend or colleague. Perfect as part of a few gifts for your daughter or sister.

Nima Brush Set

Nima Brush Set
Every person who applies make-up needs a good brush set! There are now a few Irish companies selling great quality brushes, so you no longer have to wait a long time for them to be shipped from America and get stung for the import duty! I ordered a few brushes for a friend and they arrived the next day, so the service is excellent!

 the gift of love

The Gift of Love (pic courtesy of contemplativejourney.blogspot.ie)
Ok so for those that hate sentimentality, switch over now! Although I love giving and receiving gifts, I do feel that there is an awful pressure on people these days to go all out and buy each other really expensive things. I have to say that the best gift of all is love. You can do this by giving up some of your time, being helpful or going the extra mile for someone. If you are feeling the pinch this Christmas, your friends and family will understand and wouldn’t want you putting yourself under undue pressure. So be inventive, you could make something or give them vouchers for a coffee date with you at a later time, the only limitation is your imagination!

I am sure that I will be speaking with you again before Christmas, so until then. Enjoy the buzz and excitement of the festive season.

Lots of love,

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The Body Shop and Oxfam Christmas Gift Ideas

By | Body Shop, Uncatagorized | 8 Comments

As you know I am a huge fan of the Body Shop. Not only do they have a fantastic range of make-up and skin care, but they also have an amazing ethos. They believe in fair trade which is a fair price for a product. They also give back to the local communities that they trade with by building schools and supporting the local community.

Milan Dev Bhattarai

Back in October I had the opportunity to speak to one of The Body Shop’s Fair Trade Suppliers Milan Dev Bhattarai. He has been working with The Body Shop since 1989. His company Get Paper Industries is based in Nepal and provides packaging and stationary. It was so inspirational to meet him as I always wanted to see what kind of work was done and whether it was just a marketing ploy or not.  Not only does his business support the local community with jobs (both women and men work in the factory), but they also contribute some of their profits to charitable projects.

The Body Shop supports schools in Nepal

The funds have been utilised for Girls Education, AIDS Awareness, Environmental activities and income generating activities. There are 5 primary schools, which were built or renovated with their help. More than 125 girls are currently getting scholarships to attend these schools, as girls are still discriminated for education.

So this Christmas The Body Shop has collaborated with Oxfam to give us the opportunity to give a gift to our loved ones that will not only please them, but also help others. Oxfam Unwrapped’s limited edition gift sets which include a luxurious beauty offering from The Body Shop range and a life changing Oxfam Gift offering so much to so many living in extreme poverty. The gifts also include a voucher  for a complimentary makeover or mini-facial and 20% off The Body Shop purchases.

Here are some examples of what is on offer:

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oxfam - bodyshop - rose handcream

 

Care for Mums Gift
Help make sure thousands of mums and mums-to-be get the help, expertise and support they deserve. Included is a Shea Body Butter, providing 24-hour moisturisation for busy mums.

Girl Power Gift
Funding projects empowering women to stand up for their rights, tackle domestic violence, enhance their skills. Packaged with the beautifully scented Wild Rose hand cream.

 

 

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School Books Gift
Providing children affected by poverty with the education they need to learn and grow – with The Body Shop® Earth Lovers™ Shower Gel watermelon and eucalyptus shower gel.
Baby Kit Gift
All the essentials to feed and bathe the youngest member of the family during a natural disaster or a food crisis. Shea Shower Cream 60ml, Shea Whip Body Lotion 60ml and an ultra-fine Bath Lily.

 

If you would like to order any of these gifts go to www.oxfamireland.org/unwrapped.



In my Bathroom Cabinet Today

By | Body Shop, John Frieda, Nuxe, Pukka, Review, Uncatagorized | No Comments

My Daily Beauty Routine

I just thought I would share some of my favourite products that I am using at the moment and do a mini review on each of them.

Nuxe – Nuxellence Jeunesse – Youth and Radiance Revealing Fluid
I am a huge fan of Nuxe Skincare, up until I received this sample I was a firm devoutee of their Creme Fraiche de Beaute Light. However now I have a new favourite. I love the way that this so lightweight and hydrating. I don’t even feel like I am wearing a moisturiser, my skin just feels healthy and happy! Also there is anti-aging properties in this moisturiser which is an added bonus. Usually anti-aging creams are too rich for my combination skin. This fluid targets the repair of mitochondrial DNA in our skin to reduce and plump up wrinkles. Formulated without parabens, 87% of the ingredients in Nuxellence Jeunesse are of natural origin. Sounds very fancy indeed! Looking forward to seeing these results! I have been using it for one week and love it.

The Bodyshop – Shower Gel – Vanilla Bliss
Bliss is certainly the correct word to describe this shower gel! I absolutely love it. It smells heavenly and sort of brings back memories of being a kid and playing with my “My Little Ponies”, I think one of them was scented…don’t ask me. Anyway they are obviously happy memories as I just adore this shower gel. It goes on lovey and creamy, but works up to a nice lather. It leaves your skin feeling and lightly fragranced without drying it out. This is definitey one that I wi be re-purchasing in the future.

John Frieda – Shampoo and Conditioner – Frizz Ease
I have been having a bit of a nightmare with my hair of late, ever since I bought a really expensive shampoo and conditioner from Kerastase ages ago after a press visit to a hair salon here in Dublin. It was obviously the wrong shampoo, but just had my hair in bits, I will definitely review it as some stage. Anyway, I needed to sort my hair out and I remember years ago using the Frizz Ease range. Well I am delighted that I did, because my hair is finally back to normal! It looks great and healthy and most importantly I can actually brush it now without it tangling! Just shows, sometimes you don’t have to pay loads of money for good products!

The Bodyshop – Body Butter – Shea
I adore any of their Body Butters and this one is no different. I especially love it after I have been swimming as it is uber luxurious and moisturising. I am hoping to get a Vanilla scented one next to go with my shower gel, I love layering up on scents for added intensity and really feel they last that way.

Pukka Ayurvedda – Firming Eye Cream – Organic Blue Chamomile & Rosehip Oil
I have always been quite lazy when it comes to eyecreams, which is terrible really as I have very bad circles under my eyes, so could do with all the help that I can get! However I have been trying to be good and have been using this eyecream. I haven’t made up my mind about it to be honest, I love it when I first apply it, but after a few seconds it feels like it starts to contract. It is probably the firming properties at work, but I am not sure whether I like it or not. Also it feels a bit on the heavy side for me. I am going to give it another week and then do a review.

So what are your favourite beauty products at the moment? Have you had any disasters that you would like to share with me? Hope to hear from you soon.

Lots of Love,Blog-Signature

What is in my Kit: Eyes Part 2

By | Armani, Becca, Body Shop, Chanel, Clarins, Duo, Estee Lauder, Gosh, illamasqua, L'oreal Professionnel, Lancome, Make-up Forever, Professional Kit, Rimmel, Salon System, Uncatagorized, Zuca | 7 Comments

Professional Make-up Kit Mascaras, Eyeliners and other products for eyes

So a couple of years ago I had started to do a “What’s in my Kit” series, but got distracted by something sparkly and never finished it. Needless to say my kit has grown substantially since then, so I guess I should probably start again. So I was thinking I would finish off where I left off and then do a current post about the ones that I had already done. Not sure if that makes any sense!

Anyway, here is goes. This is one of my make-up bags dedicated to EYES! There are three in total. I currently use a Zuca Bag and have done so for years. I love the way that it is so easy to roll around. Mine is extremely heavy though because I have so many products, so I have decanted alot of products to try and reduce the weight. More on that later….

Eyelashes:
Lancome Hypnose Mascara Waterproof Black
Lancome Hypnose Dolls Eyes Black
L’Oreal Power Volume Collagen Waterproof Black
Rimmel Day2Night Waterproof Black Mascara
Rimmel Scandaleyes Waterproof Mascara Black
Georgio Armani Eyes to Kill Black
The Body Shop Define & Lengthen Mascara Black
YSL Volume Effect Waterproof Blue
Clarins Mascara Intense Plum
Becca The Ultimate Mascara Black
DUO Glue Clear
Duo Glue Black
Salon System Individual Eyelash Glue
Make-up Forever Disposable Mascara Wands

Eyebrows
Gosh Eyebrow Palette
MAC Eyebrow Pencil – Fling
MAC Eyebrow Pencil – Lingering
MAC Eyebrow Pencil – Brunette
MAC Eyebrow Pencil – Spiked

Eyeliners:
MAC Blacktrack Gel Liner
MAC Brown Gel Liner
MAC NC15 Concealer Pencil
Rimmel Sable Brown Pencil
Estee Lauder Softsmudge Black
Becca Cabrera Double Pencil
Clarins 3 Dot Liner Black
Estee Lauder Newport Blue
Rimmel Stormy Grey
Loreal Kohl Blue Denim
Make-up Forever Double Cream Liner
Urban Decay Lucky
Urban Decay Flipside
Urban Decay Electric
Chanel Denim
MAC Teddy
MAC Fascinating
MAC Smoulder
Rimmel Glam Eyes Liquid Liner Black
MAC Turquoise Liquid Liner

Eyebases:
MAC Paint Pot
MAC Groundwork
MAC Shimmer
Make-up Forever Shimmer
Make-up Forever 12 Flash Colours

Tools:
2 Nail Scissors
Standard Scissors
Sephora Eyelash Applicator
Pennys Eyelash Curler
Sephora Mini Eyelash Curler
Tini Eyelash Curler
Eyebrow Razer
Tweezers
Metal Palette
x2 Sharperners
Mini Magnifying Glass

Other:
Illamasqua Eyeliner Fluid
Colour Wheel

I know I have alot of mascaras right? I am kinda on the search for the holy grail of mascaras and have been trying nearly every single one on the market. I still feel like there could be a better one out there. Any suggestions do let me know.

So what do you have in your kit? Is it similar? I would love to hear from you.

Lots of Love,

Holidays! – Part 2

By | Active Lashes, Armani, Becca, Benefit, Body Shop, Clarins, Crown Brush, MAC Cosmetics, Maybelline, No.7, Rimmel, Royal & Langnickel, Uncatagorized, YSL | One Comment

Make-up for my holidays

So last week I did a post about what skincare I brought with me on my holidays. Well this is just a little update to that post. Here is what make-up I brought with me. I didn’t actually bring that much as I knew I would be buying heaps of make-up in Sephora and Rickys. You will have to come back later this week for more on that, think I went a little overboard!!

EYES
MAC Brule – A great neutral base for any eye look
MAC Taupe – I love this colour to as a base on the socket
MAC Mulch – I use this on the outer corners of my eye, it has a little shimmer, so is really easy to blend
MAC Brun – I use this for more intensity when I want it really smokey, also use in underneath the bottom lash line
Georgio Armani Eyes to Kill No.24 – This is a FANTASTIC eyeshadow that can be used on its own. It creates a gorgeous intense smokey eye, with gold shimmer, really easy to blend and just does not budge! I wore it for a themed 1920s night, when we went to a Speak Easy in San Francisco called Bourbon & Branch, you should check it out if you are ever in San Fran!
Bodyshop Cubes – These are my everyday go to staple, great used dry, but can be used wet too, for a more intense finish.
Bodyshop Navy Blue Eyeliner Pencil – Great for day or night and can be smudged out with the handy blender.
MAC Blacktrack – This is a fail safe, I can’t live without my black gel liner, perfect for flicks that wont budge.
Mabelline Falsies Mascara – Busy trialing this mascara for a blog post, its actually really good.
MAC Painterly Paint Pot – This is the only thing that stops my eyeshadow creasing.
Active Cosmetics False Eyelashes – For when I am really dressing up.

LIPS
BECCA Vendela Lipstick – I love wearing this during the day time as it is a lovely sheer rose colour, also it hydrates my lips and smells like cocoa butter, seriously good enough to eat!
Rouge d’Armani Lipstick 400 – The most beautiful velvet creamy demi matt red lipstick. I wore this for my 1920s look pared with the smokey eye.
Rimmel Vinyl Gloss in Be Famous – Fantastic when you want a pop of colour during the day time, really freshens up your whole look

FACE
YSL Touche Eclat Foundation – The gel formula means that it blends really well, also gives me a radiant finish without making me shiny looking, although I do need to powder it during the day.
MAC Pro Studio Finish Concealer in Orange and NW15 – I have quite dark circle, used in conjunction with each other, they work miracles!
MAC Blot Powder – Perfect for mattifying my skin on a hot day.
MAC Mineralise Skin Finish – If you find you need a little extra coverage this is great on top of your foundation.
Clarins Colour Accents – I do light contouring with this silky powder, can be used as a blusher too.
Benefit Coralista – I love the colour of this blusher, but it really doesn’t last! I just brought it with to try and finish it, seems to last forever.

BRUSHES
Royal & Langnickel Silk Pro Foundation Brush – Nice and big, so can be used for body make-up too
No.7 Eyeshadow Blending Brush – The short handles are great for popping in my handbag, soft anf fluffy for blending
Crown Brush Eyeliner Brush – Use this for filling in my eyebrows with eyeshadow
Bodyshop Eyeshadow Brush – To apply the eyeshadow
Art & Hobby Shop Paint Brush – For applying gel liner, find they are alot more longwearing than make-up brushes

So I think that was quite a restrained amount of make-up to bring on holidays. What do you think? Would you bring as much, the same or alot more? Love to hear from you.

Lots of love,

 

The Body Shop Review

By | Body Shop, Brands, Review, Uncatagorized | One Comment

I was kindly invited into the bodyshop recently to experience some of their products with a facial and mini make-over. I arrived a little bit tired, because the night before I was at a cast and crew screening of a film that I was Make-up Designer for (more to come of that later).

I was introduced to my lovely consultant Lindsay who promptly set about cleansing my face. She took my make-up off with the gentle camomile eye-makeup remover, which I have to say was gorgeous on the skin. I can be a little bit sensitive around the eyes and this was actually lovely and refreshing, no sting at all. I am raging, as I was given a bottle of this recently on a course in London, but I actually gave it to my taxi driver (along with a whole host of other makeup) because I couldn’t fit it in my bag for the flight. The stitching at the seems of my bag were under so much pressure they had started to split and I didn’t want my whole bag to burst on the conveyor belt.

She cleansed, toned and moisturised my skin with the whole Vitamin E product range, which is so lovely on the skin. It is a creamy consistency and helps to boost the skin with antioxidants bringing it back to its optimum moisture level.

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Then Lindsay applied the Warming Mineral Mask  which is suitable for all skin types and warms on contact with wet skin. I was surprised at how hot this got, it really felt like like she had put a steaming hot cloth on my face. It was really pleasant feeling and when she took the mask off I really felt like my skin had a very deep clean.

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The mask was taken off with a facial buffer, something I had not used before. It helps remove dead skin cells and stimulates skin microcirculation. I genuinely felt like my skin had just had a strong session of microdermabrasion after this facial, except without the redness! My skin looked glowing and refreshed.

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After the facial was completed Lindsay then offered to give me a mini makeover. I had already mentioned that I am a professional make-up artist, but she wasn’t fazed by this. We decided to go for something a little different and opted for some purples and blues. She used some of the shimmer cubes, which I am already a great fan of and paired this with a purple liquid liner. Excuse the silly photograph, I was trying to show the eyes 🙂

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All the best

Emma xx

PS If you live in the UK you can get a discount on some bodyshop products if you purchase through this link:

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What is in our makeup?

By | Body Shop, Brands, Burts Bees, Elizabeth Arden, Uncatagorized | 2 Comments

Lead in Lipstick
Lead of Course!

There has been a lot of publicity about the chemicals in our make-up for the last couple of years. It really is an interesting topic as there doesn’t seem to be a lot of information out there. The FDA updated an old study into the quantity of lead found in lipsticks and published it recently. They took four hundred lipsticks found in retail stores and chemists and listed them in order of how much lead they contained.

Body Shop Lip Color

I was really surprised to see that in the original survey circa 2007 The Body Shop was right up there at number 4! Their Lipstick: Lip Colour – 22 Garnet had 1.79ppm of lead in it. I always associate the Body Shop with being cleaner/greener than the other brands, for instance their slogan is “Natural, inspired by nature, ethically produced beauty products”. Anyway in the most recent survey they were no where to be seen so perhaps they got their act together. However, in the latest study in at no. 17 was Burts Bees, another one of those companies that I thought was good for me. Their Toffee Lip Shimmer contains 2.81ppm of lead!

Burts Bees Toffee Lip Shimmer

I know I shouldn’t pick on the natural companies, it is just I expected this kind of thing from everyone else, but not them. You might be thinking to yourself, big deal, that is not a lot of lead. This is true, but the fact remains that Lead is a Neurotoxin: A poison that acts on the nervous system, damaging growth and brain development. I really just don’t think I want that anywhere near me, in ANY quantity.

I was stunned to see that since the original survey the quantity of lead had actually increased in lipsticks! Below is the top ten culprits, the list is just far too long to publish, but if you want to check it out for yourself there’s a link at the bottom.

Sample
Brand
Parent company
Lipstick line
Shade
Lead (Pb)b
(ppm)
1
Maybelline
L’Oréal USA
Color Sensational
125
Pink Petal
7.19
2
L’Oréal
L’Oréal USA
Colour Riche
410
Volcanic
7.00
3
NARS
Shiseido
Semi-Matte
1005
Red Lizard
4.93
4
Cover Girl Queen
Collection
Procter & Gamble
Vibrant Hues Color
Q580
Ruby Remix
4.92
5
NARS
Shiseido
Semi-Matte
1009
Funny Face
4.89
6
L’Oréal
L’Oréal USA
Colour Riche
165
Tickled Pink
4.45
7
L’Oréal
L’Oréal USA
Intensely Moisturizing Lipcolor
748
Heroic
4.41
8
Cover Girl
Procter & Gamble
Continuous Color
025
Warm Brick
4.28
9
Maybelline
L’Oréal USA
Color Sensational
475
Mauve Me
4.23
10
Stargazer
Stargazer
Lipstick
103
4.12

The FDA weren’t too concerned over the quantities of lead, stating that that as the product is intended for topical use with limited absorption, the small quantities that would be ingested would be negligible. Now the interesting thing is that the levels of lead found actually exceed the recommended limits for lead in sweets. Now I don’t think that they realise just how much lipstick I eat! I know that as a makeup artist I should know better, but I’m insatiable. The minute I put anything on my lips I lick them, I just can’t help myself! Hence why I can’t stand Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream for my lips, because it tastes so bad! (Great for dry elbows though, can’t reach them with my tongue haha.)

Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream

It just makes you think what else am I consuming on a regular bases? They are all small quantities, but do they eventually start to add up? I personally think they do. I really would love to be using natural and organic make-up more often, but I just find that they don’t give the same results as standard cosmetics. I think the natural and organic ranges are fantastic for skin care and even foundation, I will be doing a review shortly on some of the great mineral ranges out there. However, when it comes to eye shadows, liners, primers and mascaras, you just can’t beat the ‘ol chemical ridden cosmetics. You need the silicone, bismuth oxychloride and talc for easier blending and longer lasting make-up…well at least until they develop some new advanced natural formulas.

I hope to learn more about this topic in the future and will keep you posted on anything that I find. Here is an interesting video of how makeup got this way.

FDA List of 400 hundred Lipsticks and their Lead Content

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Thanks to Dolly Rouge another great beauty blog for sharing Colin’s Beauty Pages, below is a really informative video about Lead in Lipsticks and how much lipstick you would need to ingest to do any harm:

My Professional Makeup Kit – Part 3

By | Barry M, Bobbi Brown, Body Shop, Dior, Estee Lauder, Lagona, Nars, Professional Kit, Smashbox, Uncatagorized | 3 Comments

Various Eyeshadows - MAC, Estee Lauder, Bobbi Brown, Dior Pigments MAC Cosmetics

My Professional Make-up Kit – Eyes No.1

Nars – Night Breed
MAC Glitter – Crystalled Lime
MAC Glitter – Reflects Pearl x2
MAC Glitter – Reflects Bronze
Unknown Glitter – Silver
Unknown Glitter – Various in Stack
MAC Pigment – Neo Orange
MAC Pigment – Fuchsia
MAC Pigment – Golden Lemon
MAC Pigment – Gold
MAC Pigment – Cheers My Dear!
MAC Pigment – Softwash Grey
MAC Pigment – Gift O’ Glamour
MAC Pigment – Silver Fog
MAC Pigment – Mauvement
MAC Pigment – Gold Mode
MAC Pigment – Most Darling
MAC Pigment – Gilded Green
MAC Pearlized Pigment Clusters – Impassioned
Body Shop Shimmer Cubes Palette – No. 6
Barry M Dazzle Dust – Green
Barry M Dazzle Dust – White
Barry M Dazzle Dust – Blue
Naked Pigment – Sierra Nevada 01
Naked Pigment – Sierra Nevada 02
Naked Pigment – Sierra Nevada 03
Naked Pigment – Sierra Nevada 04
Naked Pigment – Sierra Nevada 05
Naked Pigment – Sierra Nevada 06
Bobbi Brown – Duo Eyeshadow Bone & Mahogany

Eyeshadow Palette No. 1:
MAC – Free to Be
MAC – Passionate
MAC – Vibrant Grape
MAC – Swiss Chocolate
MAC – Shadowy Lady
MAC – Pink Venus
MAC – Cranberry
MAC – Plum Dressing
MAC – Texture
MAC – Satin Taupe
MAC – Twinks
MAC – Mulch
MAC – Trax
Lancome Lilac
Urban Decay – Midnight Cowboy

Eyeshadow Palette No. 2:
MAC -White
MAC -Brule
MAC -Orb
MAC -Kid
MAC -All that Glitters
MAC -Forgery
Lancome – Bain D’or
MAC – Shroom
Lancome – Moonlit
MAC – Cork
MAC – Brun
MAC – Wedge
MAC – Copperplate
MAC – Tete e Tint
MAC – Mulch

Eyeshadow Palette No. 3:
MAC -Plumage
MAC -Club
MAC -Sumptuous Olive
MAC -Dazzlelight
MAC -Blue Calm
MAC -Steamy
MAC – Bio Green
MAC – Bright Sunshine
Lancome – Creme
Urban Decay – Goddess
MAC – Deep Truth
MAC – Humid
MAC – Rule
MAC – Carbon
MAC – Mulch

Eyeshadow Palette No. 4:
Estée Lauder -Vanilla
Estée Lauder -Ginger Drop
Estée Lauder – Sand Box
Estée Lauder – Amethyst
Estée Lauder – Bronze Cube
Estée Lauder – Camouflage
Estée Lauder – Cinnamon
Estée Lauder – Honey Drop
Estée Lauder – Mocha Cup
Estée Lauder – Pale Moon
Estée Lauder – Mink
Estée Lauder – Ivory Box
Estée Lauder – Berry
Estée Lauder – Rose
Estée Lauder – Sugar Cube

Eyeshadow Palette No. 5:
Logona Blusher – Apricot
Logona Blusher – Peach
Logona Blusher – Mauve
Estée Lauder – Honey Drop
Estée Lauder – Amethyst
Estée Lauder – Grey
Bobby Brown – Bone
Bobby Brown – Blonde
Bobby Brown – Taupe
Bobby Brown – Mahogany
Dior 5 Coleurs Palette – Black, Grey, White, Lilac, Purples
Dior 5 Coleurs – Peach, Green, Blue, Grey, Brown

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